Why do we use Essential oils in our soaps?

Olive Oil: A traditional emollient (a smooth feeling to the skin) used in soap because it is mild and gives a "moisturizing feel" to the soap.

Sunflower Oil: Very similar to olive oil with a lighter/cleaner feel to it. The skin feels so soft when sunflower oil is used.

Shea Butter: Makes a creamier bar with a more "moisturizing feel". With sensitive skin, reduced lather can be a good thing, so shea butter can be a real assistant, but in the end this has to be "in balance" with the rest of the soap.

Organic Palm Oil: Palm oil is more interchangeable which allows it to produce a harder bar, it is not the best at cleansing or conditioning (which is why you combine it with certain other oils).

Coconut Oil: Coconut adds to hardness and creates "big bubbles" in soap. A little goes a long way, too much can be "too effective". =)

Hemp Oil: We use unrefined hemp to avoid chemical contamination possible in the refining process. It also gives a nice natural aroma to the soap. Hemp oil adds a unique skin feel and moisturizing effect.

Aloe: Has been widely known for its ability to soothe & heal sunburned or damaged skin.

Charcoal: Draws bacteria, poisons, chemicals, dirt and other micro-particles to the surface of skin, helping you to achieve a flawless complexion and fight acne. Charcoal is not metabolized, adsorbed or absorbed by the body, but it can be used to treat some poisonous bites and disinfect some wounds.

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